Lu-Ma Cafe

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    ( 8 reviews )

43 Worple Rd, Wimbledon (at Justin James Hotel), South West London, England, SW19 4JZ

Serves meat, vegan options available. Cafe in Wimbledon's Town Centre. Menu is sugar-free and vegan except for fish and chicken. Has gluten free food and desserts. Drinks include fresh juices, herbal teas, coffee and coffee alternatives. Uses organic and seasonal produce where possible. Free Wi-Fi. Open Mon-Fri 7:00am-4:30pm, Sat-Sun 8:00am-4:30pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Macrobiotic, Organic, Western, Juice bar, Take-out, British, Non-veg

8 Reviews

First Review by camerongreen

Lovely Lunch Spot - Edit

Cute little cafe, really nicely decorated inside. Didn’t realise from the outside, but there is a whole other seating area in the back. Menu has lots of delicious vegan/veggie options. I opted for the ‘sweet potato jacket with chickpea curry’. Did not disappoint. Great find.

Pros: Lots on the menu, Nice decor

Cons: Only open for breakfast and lunch, not an evening

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Tasty food - Edit

Love this place. Food is excellent

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Tasty and well thought out menu - Edit

Nice little cafe with friendly staff. I sat inside but the garden would be lovely when sunny. Lots of options for vegans and people with other dietary requirements. Be warned though service is slow so don’t come here if you are in a rush!
Also a little pricey but the food is tasty, portions could be larger but I am greedy.

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Great Little Place - Edit

Nice little cafe/restaurant attached to a hotel. In summer you can sit outside. It's located on Worple Road away from the crowds, but easy to get to from Wimbledon station.

Service is friendly, if a little slow and scatty.

The food is great. I usually go for brunch. The avocado on toast is a winner and I've also had the bean burger and lentil curry, which were both tasty and filling.

Pros: Healthy, tasty, filling food, Away from the crowds, Can sit outside (during the UK's two-day summer..)

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Fantastic spot - Edit

Nice little cafe tucked away in a side street in Wimbledon, part of a small hotel.
Plenty of vegan options (all desserts were vegan) and also pretty much everything gluten free and sugar free. Service was excellent. The only thing they could improve is to serve the dishes a bit warmer. Will def come back!

Pros: plenty of vegan options , gluten free, sugar free

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Nice little cafe - Edit

I went here for lunch with some friends and it was a nice little find. The vegan burger was very good, and the salads my friends had looked really great (and substantial) also. Likewise there was an array of smoothies and the banana shake I had (vegan) was very good.

I did find the menu rather confusing though, which isn't particularly clear and it needed some clarification from the server before I could ascertain for sure what I was ordering was vegan.

The service was also very pleasant, if not a little scatty and slow.

Pros: Lovely fresh meals, One of few veg*an options in area, Nice cafe with indoor/outdoor space

Cons: Confusing menu, Service a little slow

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Good option for Wimbledon - Edit

Just a 5min walk from the busy Wimbledon high street, this little café is conveniently tucked away on the corner of a quieter side-street.

Mains include a homemade bean burger, a vegetable pie, a curry, and a variety of salads, wraps, and jacket sweet potatoes, for about £6-7. Add-ons and sides are available for an extra £2-3.

Drinks include smoothies and shakes, the usual array of hot drinks, and matcha latte. The flat white wasn't great, but the chocoholic shake was pleasant. Prices range from about £2 to £4-5.

They also have a breakfast menu which looks lovely but stops serving at 11:30am.

The food was tasty and mainly vegan-friendly - I was really impressed with my black bean patty - though sides were a little bland (undressed side-salad, unseasoned sweet potato fries). My friend enjoyed her vegan pie which looked to have been a hearty portion. We didn't try their desserts though they did look good!

The atmosphere was really pleasant, and service was very friendly if a bit scatty and forgetful. It's also just a shame they still include fish and chicken on the menu, which I don't think would have suffered fro their omission.

Overall, it's a nice little option to have when you're in need of a wholesome snack in Wimbledon but don't want to splurge!

Pros: Good location, Reasonably priced, Friendly atmosphere

Cons: Food can be a little bland, Not great coffee, Service may be a bit unpolished

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Great Healthy Food - Edit

Set in a part of London with few vegan options this place is a real find for healthy eaters.

My bean burger was great, came with a side of sweet potato chips as well. I ordered some kale chips as well which I really enjoyed, cooked so some bits were crispy, others still tender.

My dining partner ordered the brown rice bowl and it was full of healthy things like kale and avocado.

All up I'd say that this is the sort of place if i lived in the area i would come to for healthy food quite often.

Pros: Healthy, Nice Atmosphere, Outdoor Space

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